A String in the Harp - Chapters 10 & 11 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Bond
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Chapters 10 & 11 Summary

The next morning, Gwilym comes over for breakfast. He does not have any idea what the fire in the sky had been the previous night, although he had seen it too. When Rhian comes for lunch, she claims that it was something supernatural, that no one in town could explain the fire. This explanation irritates Jen who thinks Rhian and her family explain away too many things with mystical explanations. After lunch, Jen sends Rhian back to school, but takes Becky with her into town to discuss the key with Dr. Rhys. When they arrive at Dr. Rhys' office, however, Jen is deeply disappointed that Dr. Rhys does not think Peter is being silly. When he hears about the key, he grows concerned. His voice even becomes sharp when Jen mentions Taliesin's name. Dr. Rhys claims that he had given Peter the books...

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